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 how to

 
 by FeIn on: Feb 7 2008
 
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i need help to use/change/install an icons..
there many cool icons but i don't know how to use it..
can someone help me..


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 Re: how to

 
 by code933k on: Feb 8 2008
 
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Of course! If you do use http://www.google.com/linux you could search anything there.

Whatever, you must know this very basics:

1.) KDE and Gnome icon themes as for this days are mostly incompatible. So don't try to use KDE icons for Gnome and vice versa.

2.) You could change your icons from the gnome-theme-manager (it is a little application which could be named "appearance" or something like that in your Gnome "system" menu)

You can launch it too from the Gnome Control Center.

When you open that application you should select your theme and then "options" then you get options for your icons, theme widgets, cursors and so forth.

3.) Themes from here are installed by dropping the downloaded file into the theme-manager window. If this doesn't work, icon themes are compressed directories so you should decompress the icon theme into "/home/youralias/.icons".

I hope this helps you.


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 Re: Re: how to

 
 by ahuman on: Feb 21 2008
 
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I would like to download the Compiz-themes & Beryl-themes from this website. I'm using Ubuntu 7.10 (the Gusty release) with Compiz-Fusion. Would you tell me what I would have to use in order to download & apply the themes in that version of Ubuntu?

Do I need to download something besides, "KDE" and what I've already mentioned in order to use the themes provided on this website?


Seek YHWH.
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 Re: Re: how to

 
 by ahuman on: Feb 21 2008
 
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I would like to download the Compiz-themes & Beryl-themes from this website. I'm using Ubuntu 7.10 (the Gusty release) with Compiz-Fusion. Would you tell me what I would have to use in order to download & apply the themes in that version of Ubuntu?

Do I need to download something besides, "KDE" and what I've already mentioned in order to use the themes provided on this website?


Seek YHWH.
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 Aurora Engine

 
 by bitzer on: Feb 9 2008
 
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Hi, guys. How could we propose to use the Aurora Engine as the default engine in GNOME? I think it's the best. Even better than new clearlooks and the ugly ubuntulooks!


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 Re: Aurora Engine

 
 by code933k on: Feb 13 2008
 
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That's a very good question. I don't know but just tell me if you realize how to.

Would be interesting if we make an open proposal at some site. I have too much delays on the making of my own site though I'll be happy to propose this to get feedback on the web.

By the way, we could use as much forums as we can for this matter. (Just notice that Aurora is under development and it's name could be changed as "Aurora" is some kind of name associated to Windows Vista...)

You are right in your statements, though I don't think Ubuntulooks is so ugly ;).


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 Re: Aurora Engine

 
 by marcaemus on: Feb 14 2008
 
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Perhaps this is worth a look:
http://live.gnome.org/GnomeArt


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 Re: Aurora Engine

 
 by kiwiadam2 on: Mar 6 2008
 
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there is no need for forks of clearlooks that look nearly identical.


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 HOW CAN I USE IT?

 
 by karlo on: Feb 10 2008
 
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Please, this site does not provide instructions on how to use themes. How to extract them etc...... UNFRIENDLY!


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 Re: HOW CAN I USE IT

 
 by Chrispy on: Feb 10 2008
 
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Menu -> System -> Help & Support -> User-Guid -> 8. Configuring Your Desktop


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 HOW CAN I US

 
 by gwk on: Feb 11 2008
 
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Hi,

what kind of magic is needed to install
a compiz theme? I downloaded a few, they
now end in *.emerald on my disk. I don't have any emerald process running (wasn't
emerald the companion of beryl??). I
can drag&drop the package onto gnome
theme manager, but nothing happens, not
even an error message (how friendly is
that). I can untar the package in
my ~/.icons as someone suggested in this
thread, but again nothing. I would expect
some new entry to show up in theme manager
now, but nothing is seen.

Help much appreciated.

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 Re: HOW CAN I US

 
 by gwk on: Feb 11 2008
 
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Found it. In Ubuntu 7.10 I had to install
emerald in addition to compiz.

Now I have gnome-theme-manager
and emerald-theme-manager :-)

Somehow it seems the settings in
emerald-theme-manager take
precedence. Not sure how to turn that off,
but it is what I wanted to have anyways,
so I leave it with that.

Maybe this helps some other lost soul...


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 Re: Re: HOW CAN I US

 
 by twingate on: Feb 13 2008
 
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Being a complete beginner makes me feel incredibly dumb but I reckon it is worth the pain if I am to leave the world of Micorsoft monopoly.

The usual channels draw a blank: Emerald - how to install it on Ubuntu 7.10, where to find more useful info?


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 Re: Re: Re: HOW CAN

 
 by code933k on: Feb 24 2008
 
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Install PCLinuxOS.

The only think you should know is that XFS is better than ext3 as a filesystem and / is the so named Windows C:/

Think of /home as your "desktop" (or user space) in Windows. though there is a /home/you/Desktop too.

That's all.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: HOW

 
 by TheRob on: Feb 24 2008
 
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xfs better than ext3?

first time I hear this... how is it better?

I use ext3 myself and it's working fantastic!

//Robert


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 Re: HOW CAN I USE IT

 
 by code933k on: Feb 13 2008
 
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Perhaps it's true but I just explained how to do that a few lines before so, is this a problem of the site or just a little lack of attention on your side?


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 Argh!

 
 by xavieran on: Feb 16 2008
 
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Does anyone else find it annoying when you are looking for beautiful original themes and all you can turn up is this OS X and Vista rubbish?

Maybe there should be a separate section for OS "Clone" themes?

I have found some really awesome themes but it takes a very long time when there are all these stupid Vista this and Apple that themes!


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 Re: Argh!

 
 by Chrispy on: Feb 16 2008
 
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You're not the only one who dislikes those Cover-Version. 3 Subcategories would be nice:

- Original
- Windows
- OS-X


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 Re: Argh!

 
 by TheRob on: Feb 17 2008
 
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That would be sooooo great!!!!

I mean vista is very beautiful and
os x is even more beautiful.... but....
As long as linux tries to mimic those
two it can't possible be the most beautiful, right?

So a section or why not even a completely
differrent site??? for those would be more
than welcome :)

I don't dislike vista clones or osx ones,
it's great to have them so you can fool
all your friends you are running vista or
osx... but when it comes to a point where
the only thing people post here is either
osx or vista.... it just doesn't feel
right :D

With you all the way on this one!

//Robert


\"life sucks, get a f***ing helmet alright!\" -Denis Leary
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 Re: Argh!

 
 by code933k on: Feb 21 2008
 
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You can make your proposal in this POLL:

http://www.gnome-look.org/news/index.php/Categories%3F?id=261&name=Categories%3F

If most people agree I am sure we will see many new things in the future ;)

Regards


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 Re: Re: Argh!

 
 by xavieran on: Feb 22 2008
 
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Will do!

:D


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 only for linix?

 
 by Lethes on: Feb 18 2008
 
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can I use the themes here with windows xp?


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 Re: only for linix?

 
 by TheRob on: Feb 18 2008
 
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no you can not... completely different themes to windows.


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 Re: Re: only for lin

 
 by AncientKazemon on: Feb 20 2008
 
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Obviously, this is why it's called GNOME-Look, not XP-Look. ;)


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 Re: only for linix?

 
 by kiwiadam2 on: Mar 6 2008
 
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please tell me your joking? if not please do not waste peoples time with stupid questions.


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 lmao

 
 by carnagex420x on: Feb 25 2008
 
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if you really need to ask if about XP help on a "Linix"?!? site then you are in the wrong place.


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